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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo done for the 2013 season

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The Dallas Cowboys may be in a word of hurt as the Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will not be in uniform for the rest of the season. According to Chris Mortensen of ESPN, Romo was diagnosed with a herniated disc and needs surgery.

Tony Romo was hurt in their victory against the Washington Redskins on Sunday. A game that saw Romo hurt on a play and muscled though in order to help the get the victory.

Now, those that thought or blamed the teams failures on Romo will get a different dose of disappointment on the field. Back up quarterback Kyle Orton will be handling the snaps in Sunday night when the Cowboys will be playing for their playoff lives against the Eagles in Arlington at ATT&T Stadium.

With rumors flying around about some coaches employment in Dallas next season, they could start packing their bags now, in hopes to be ready to find new employment later somewhere in the Nation Football League.

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